New Society Taster Events

New Society Taster Events

15 Feb 2019 - 15:19 BY The Arts Society

We have three taster events coming up this spring which will hopefully result in three new Societies. If you have family or friends that live in these areas that might be interested in attending please pass on the details.




The Artists of Montmartre - 'The pilgrims of Babylon'

Tuesday 2nd April 2019
Doors open 9.45am

Axminster Guildhall, West Street, Axminster EX13 5NX

Join Douglas Skeggs as he introduces us to the lives and work of the artists of Montmartre including Renoir, Degas, Picasso and many others.

To book your place, please email muff.dudgeon@icloud.com or call 01404 812071


Can Art Change the World? Art with Something to Say

Thursday 11th April 2019
7.00pm, doors open 6.30pm

Coventry Cathedral

Join Valerie Woodgate as she investigates how artists have used their art to communicate ideas, opinions, criticisms or fears about their world and, in doing so, tell us a great deal about the historical period in which the art was created.

To book your place, please visit – theartssociety-coventry.eventbrite.co.uk
Or call 020 7430 0730


Meet Me at the Waldorf

Tuesday 30th April 2019
Doors open 6.30pm

The Colborne Room, Old Government House Hotel & Spa, Anne's Place St Peter Port, GY1 2NU

Join Mary Alexander as she tells the extraordinary story of two iconic hotels built on Astor feuds, fortunes and art patronage. Meet some of the famous (and infamous) guests and experience the luxurious interiors of the hotel that was the epitome of style but has recently, sadly, closed.

To book your place, please visit theartssociety-guernsey.eventbrite.co.uk
Or call 020 7430 0730


Image: Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York - © 1988 by James G. Howes

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